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Monday, November 28, 2011

S.F. Street Style: Mixed Retro in the Haight

Posted By on Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 12:00 PM

  • Kate Conger

I visited Haight Street for my weekly dose of street fashion. The street has a long history of style, but I often find myself overlooking it. The district is an epicenter of nostalgia, with more secondhand clothing stores per block than anywhere else in the city. The Haight Street "look" is so definitive -- very vintage, with hints of hippie history yet a bit more preppy than the Mission's grunge-thrift vibe. It's one of my favorite San Francisco styles because it seems to have more longevity and a touch more polish than most.

Click through to see the beauties I spotted this week.

  • Kate Conger

In recent weeks I've noticed a lot of harem pants out and about in San Francisco. For a while, I theorized that they were becoming a men's trend, but then I spotted this woman. What do you guys think? Are harem pants here to stay?

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